mti TBJE SALT LAKE TmJtfUaSTE. Wednesday moving, November 1fln 2
Iljj One lore Record
I : lade in Diggin's
I Enormous Tonnages of Ore Required
II ( to Supply Valley Smolters Dur-
1 inrj October.
I With which to meet the requirements
Ijj'j of tlie valley furnaces during October,
N nccordlng to the rep'orts Just compiled
1 j ;l at the respective ofTicos In Ibis city, the
J producer was called upon to supply
I j 1 f them with no less than 107,000 tons of
It ore, without reference to the crude ton-
ll'V nages that were reduced to matte and
I) ' concentrates during the same period.
I In addition to tills, not less than 10.000
I'yj! tons of ore was shipped to plants wlth-
V $ out the State for reduction, the greater
3;1 portion of the latter Issuing from the
1 1 V bonanzas of Park City. The record
lit1 upon which October closed exceeds all
I i previous ones, and there Is no reason
Vj to believe other than that this record
j) j will crumble beneath the weight of No-
I. J vember's output. In this vast tonnage
j was Included ores of every variety, and
j while all the metals were present, cop-
j per again asserted Its preponderance.
$ A revised report of the copper produc-
i ! tlon for the month shows an output of
M that metal a little In excess of 5.000,000
j l, pounds, and yet It Is notorious that not
llfl, one of the plants was operated at ca-
1 paclty. Gold also showed a pronounced
! jl Increase according to the exhibits, not
( ,ii a little of this Increase coming with
ij consignments from Tonopah and Gold-
L field. Not quite so pronounced was
J J' the Increase In silver, although It Is a
well defined one, lead maintaining Its
; J usual tonnage. During the next sixty
i. ' days there Is every reason to believe
t that great gains will be made In the
i production of all these metals, while
' j the output for the year will close upon
' i an unprecedented production of each.
! In the Increased production of cop-
j per the furnace at the Tampa smelter
j and the big mill In Bingham canyon,
J't operated by the Utah Copper com-
J pany. as well as the Ohio Copper com-
pany's plant, were the more prominent
!j factors, with each of these plants to
I i Increase Its output before the close of
i the year.
I! AT THE QUEEN HILL.
i 'j Forty Tons of Ore Now Going1 Daily
1 , Through the Crushers,
j I Fred Whltmore, superintendent of
yj the Queen mill, operated by the But-
,lj terfleld kilning company at Bingham,
was among yesterday's visitors from
I r that camp. Superintendent "Whltmore.
I ' who hajg been identified with some of
j.' the largest plants in the country, Is
" quite well pleased with the behavior of
J the mill under his supervision, and re-
'! ports forty tons of sliver, lead and
I 1 gold ore now going dally through Its
crushers, with the concentrate from It
j ' a most satisfactory one. With which
' to meet the requirements of the plant,
i the management has a large tonnage
1 of this class of ore blocked out and to
i Increase It will put on a force of men
i In n short time. The veins at the But-
' tc-rfield have been productive of some
'' very high-grade ore In previous years,
the auriferous contents of the Queen
o ledge among the most sensational that
4 have over come from that camp. The
future of the proposition with Its new
' , equipment Is, In the opinion of Mr,
I Whltmore, quite well assured, and the
i ' Messrs. Lavlgnino. by whom the un-
. j dertaklng was founded, appear to be
! i on the road to another great pot of
j wealth. President Lavlgnlno, who re
cently returned from San Francisco, Is
very much pleased with the results
l that have been accomplished by the
company's representative during his
: j. absence.
Ij j COMES FROM THE EAST.
f ' Waiting on Returns From Gold Plac-
j, j ors in Siberia,
i Willis McCornlck has returned to
' town after an absence of several
! tij months In the East, where he was suc-
) V cessful In the propagation of several
h v mining enterprises and will remain
Y several weeks the guest of his parents.
V i Of his placer diggings In Siberia, Mr.
f McCornlck says that while the war has
n' drawn heavily upon the patriots of
u ji that region, Manager Brown has suc-
V ceeded In washing the auriferous con-
K; tents from the usual volume of gravel,
wf-l sluicing having continued until about
two weeks ago, when the clean-up for
"fl the season was begun. Of the sea-
H son's earnings he expects to learn In
!' a short time. Mr. McCornlck reports
,. (: the condition of the East a very proB-
jjC) porous one, with not a little Inquiry for
ii I opportunities held out by the diggings
M of Utah, and In the Westward move-
J) ment of capital It should certainly
jj command Its share.
I ill Jim. Butler Annual.
i A circular from Clyde A. ITeller, secre-
vi tary of the Jim Butler Mining company,
I'll whoso properties are located at Tonopah,
( advises local Interests that tho annual
jtij meeting of shareholders Is to take place
I at tho general ofilocs In Philadelphia on
j: ; - November 20, when of fleers and dlrectore
I ,a will bo elected. In accordance with the
r i laws of the State of Delaware, no stock
I j: can be voted on which has been trans-
f erred on the books of the company wlth-
In twenty days next preceding this elec
i'Ii n .
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, It may be from overwork, but
'iJ the chances are Its from art in-
jjj active LIVER
j With a well conducted LIVER
J one can do mountains of labor
" without fatigue.
A It adds a hundred per cent to
: ones earning capacity.
j It can be kept in healthful actio'n
i by, and only by
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WASHINGTON Wlllard. RnlolRh.
An Expert Miner
on Lincoln Group
George Z. Edwards, tho ITew Superin
tendent, Tells of tho Wealth of
Salt Lake Interests.
Georgo 'A Edwards, whn shook the
dust of Utah from his digging-boots to
superintend tho mines and mill of tho
Lincoln Mining company, out of Boise,
Ida., came down from tho north yes
terday to cast his vote, and, after a
few days with his family, will roturn to
camp again. With tho properties of tho
Lincoln company Mr. Edwards, who
served the Consolidated Mercur for a
dozen years, Is most favorablv Impressed.
He considers them prospectively tho larg
est producers In that locality. On the
200-foot level the ledge, ho says, has been
opened up for WW feet, ore showing tho
entlro distance, with good values still
In tho face, while on tho 300-foot level
the workings havo advanced feet In
ores of lino value. The mlno Is equipped
with a mill consisting of amalgamation
and concentration, and which is capable
of reducing 125 tons of ore every twenty
four hours. However, but one shift Is
being worked at this time.
To add to tho present extraction from
tho ores, experiments are now being made
that will no doubt lead to tho Introduc
tion of tho cyanide process. Results ob
tained by a Bolso metallurgist, and also
at the mine, encourage tho belief that
this process will be added at an early
day. This can bo done, said Superintend
ent Edwards, at very lltllo expense. Tho
intention of the management is to make
such changes as to render tho power
uou tw u,u iiuura uuu miii cnurciy elec
trical, the dynamos to derive their power
from a neighboring electric plant. On
the evo of Mr. Edwards's departuro from
camp he began tho sinking of a three
compartment shaft which will be dropped
down to a depth of GOO feet or more. Ho
will .also Install a large two-stago com
pressor capable of operating a battery of
sixteen drills, and by which tho hoist
and pump will be supplied with energy.
Ho Is also putting up a cluster of bunk
houses, each of which will accommodate
from four to a half-dozen men. together
with other surface Improvements with
which tho new town of "Kennedy" will
mako Its beginning as a permanent camp,
and one of griat resources.
Mr. Edwards Is superintendent also
of the East Lincoln Mining company's
property, consisting of eight claims, and
which Is adjoined by the Lincoln group
on the west, tho Friday group, also pro
ductive, on the east. That the Eost Lin
coln Is traversed by the mnln Lincoln
ledge has .been well delineated, while- tho
ore-bearing channels of the Friday ure
dipping In that direction. In tho latter Is
now exposed ore of tho value of $300
per ton. Tho Eest Lincoln Is owned by
Kennedy Bros, of New York and Richard
Rollins of Dos Moines. Ia.. and to open
up Its wealth a triple-compartment shaft
Is now being sunk.
On the South Lincoln group, owned
by Hodson. Stalllngs and associates, an
other three-compartment shaft Is being
sunk. This is now down fifty foot and
will go to great depth. There is no rea
son. In Mr. Edwards's opinion, why tho
South Lincoln should not be made pquallv
as productive. Mr. Edwards Is very much
pleased with tho entire district and re
lies upon It for some of the greatest raine3
In the State of Idaho.
THE WALL TABLE.
New Machine to Demonstrate Its
Merits at the Dewey Mill.
Within the next few days tho now con
contratlni: table Invented by Col. Enos
A. Wall, and upon which a patent vus
Issued some time ago, will bo Installed at
the Dewoy mill in Bingham canyon, where
Its Inventor expects to demonstrate a
greater degree of efficiency In the mill
ing of all ores adapted to concentration
than has hitherto been attained. To his
own satisfaction. Col. Wall, whose tal
ents have been for many year's devoted
to tho simplification of methods em
ployed In the reduction of ore. has made
these demonstrations In a small plant
and a table located near the Rio Granue
shops, this city. With It ho has shown
that a finer ore and a slimier ore enn
bo handled successfully, and to verify
this a standard table will be Introduced
In the plant at Bingham. Mining men
throughout the West who have lcarn'od
of the Colonel's Invention will await the
result with a great deal of interest. A
successful demonstration of the supe
riority claimed for the Wall table will
not only add materially to the welfare of
tho diggings, but means another fortune
for Its Inventor. It is claimed for the
table that It Is adapted to every and all
ores that can bo concentrated.
AT SILVER SHIELD.
Conditions Now Most Favorable to
Steady Production From Mine.
That the management of tho Silver
Shield of Bingham has Unally connected
with tho main ore bodies, for which It has
been long persevering, reports from that
locality yesterday aro quite conclusive.
According to the story from tho camp.
Superintendent Hoffman, who has been In
perfect accord with Manager Joseph in
his views upon that country, has reached
the crossing between the fissure and the
contact veins and at fhat Intersection th
ores are now making In good volume'
What average they will maintain had not
been determined yesterday, but the ores
havo every appearanco of affording a
well-defined profit. Between tho horizon
upon which this development was made
and the grass roots above, there Is a
at retch of sloping ground of about 1100
feet, and with his noon which to draw
tho futuro Of Silver Shield will bo established.
PRESIDENT MUCKLOW LEAVES.
Redeemer of Majestic to Start From
tho East at Once.
With J40.000 with which to dlschargo the
balance of Incumbrances overhanging tho
Interests of the Majestic Mining company
In this State. William B. Mucklow. to
whom, more than all others, the creditor
is indebted for relief, will leave Hartford.
Conn., today, with this city his destina
tion, although he will stop In Chicago to
confer with IntercBfo In that city. It Is
expected that he will reach Salt Lake City
on Monday next, Uie distribution to take
place as scheduled November 15.
Meanwhile a most gratifying condition
awaits him at tho company's mines out of
Mllford, and it Is not unlikely that before
h s departure a day will bo fixed for the
blowing I3 oX tho smelter.
BINGHAM'S NEW RESOURCES.
Dalton & Lark Group Adds S5000 to
Tho Bingham Consolidated company is
making rapid progress in opening up Its
various properties both at Ulngham and
Tlntlc. At the present time tho Dalton &
Lark Is sending to the smelter 150 tons
of ore per day and tho Commercial 100
tons. This product Is largely the result
of development work, says tho News Bu
reau of Boston, after an Intervlow with
tho company's Eastern management. It
Is claimed that for every ton of ore
shipped out ten tons of now oro aro placed
In reserve. Tho value of the Commercial
oro lies In Its fluxing qualities. This ore
runs Jl to h per ton In copper, gold and
sliver values. Tho managers say that
there never has been any attempt mndo
to recover any values from tho Commer
Tho Dalton it Lark properties havo ore
similar In naturo to that of tho Commer
cial group, with values running higher.
For tho first time slnco tho Dalton &
Lark properties have been In the posses
sion of the Bingham Consolidated, thoy
showed a profit last month of about JoCOO.
It Is the estimate of tho mine manage
ment that there aro 300.000 ton3 of ort
Wockod out in tho Commercial and 125,000
tons blocked out In the Dalton & Lark
property not a very large tonnage. At
tho latter property there has been a vast
amount of dead work necessary, princi
pally In the driving of a tunnel WOO feet
In length for unwaterlng purposes, al
though this tunnel will prove valuablo as
a working tunnel. It Is the expectation
to make a connection with tho Dalton &
Lark ore body through this tunnel by the
first of tho year.
At the smelter the Bingham Consoli
dated Is doing good work. It Is employing
about SO0 men there, running four fur
naces and treating between 000 and 70U
tons of oro per day, of which about 2C0
tons aro from Its own mines, 200 to 250 tons
from the Boston Consolidated and the bal
ance from tho Grand Central and other
Utah properties. The company has nearly
completed a fifth furnace, which will per
mit it to hnndle a larger volume of cus
tom ore. The plant Is well constructed
and equipped and well managed. Thirty
live per cent matto is produced and con
verted Into 00 per cent blister copper
which carries gold and silver values. Tnu
plant Is equipped with two converter
stnnds and eight ten-ton shells.
COPPER GOING HIGHER.
Views of an Eminent Authority on
the Country's Market.
J. R. Stanton, himself a prominent pro
ducer and ono of the most eminent au
thorities on the copper markot. says tho
upward movement In that motal is duo
to Influences that are entirely legitimate,
and that further advances cannot possi
bly be prevented. "The demand for cop
per," snys he, In his latest statement.
"Is extraordinary. There has been no at
tempt mode to corner copper, for tho
simple reason that thero Is no copper to
corner. Stocks on hand amount to prac
tically nothing. All tho copper that Is
now being taken out of the ground Is In
process of being put Into marketable
shape, which will probably be needed to
fill existing contracts. At present buy
ers are making contracts that call for
delivery in Janunry. February and March
of next year. Copper production In 130-1
will show an Increase over tho preceding
year, but this Increase will be so small
that It will not be noticed. I would llko
to sea tho prlco of copper maintained
around 14 cents a pound, but there Is no
telling where prices will go In the face
of nn extraordinary demand, with no
stocks on hand to supply consumers'
A. S. & R. INTERESTS.
Rumors That Dividend on Common
Stock Is to Be Increased.
An Eastern exhibit on tho affairs of
the American Smelting and Rellnlns: com
pany shows a working capital of nearly
X21.000.000, of which sum no less than
?o.000,0 Is In the form of cash. There
have been rumors among local share
holders, as well as those without, that
there will be an Increase In tho dividend
on Its common stock; but. It Is said,
these expectations aro not being encour
aged by tho officers of tho company.
Howover, the company's earnings at this
time are unprecedented, with thn plant at
Murray a source of as much, It not ot
greater revenue, pprhaps, than any In the
system operated by the company, and
notwithstanding the pronounced rcduc
tlon In working charges during the past
few years. Much Interest Is manifested
In the new million-dollar plant that Vice
President Sewell said, on his recent visit,
will be erected In this valley, and mcro
definite announcements are expected In a
short time. Thero Is no reuson. Indeed,
to believe other than that It will he
among the achievements of 1905, unless
the company la scared away by tho harsh
doctrines of the church organ".
Tho Red Rover Scrap.
Expert talent which Is to participate In
tho scrap between the United States Mi
ning company and Col. E. A. Wall over
tho Red Rover mine at Bingham Is now
making Its Inquiries in the disputed terri
tory, expecting the Issue to come up at an
early day. The ground In controversy Is
esteemed very highly, and the contest
promises to develop Into one of much In
terest to mining men generally.
J. E. Barness, for many vears connect
ed with tho mines of Bingham, has gone
to Goldfleld to superintend tho develop
ment of tho Bonanza group of mines that
aro being exploited by Salt Lako talent
nnd In which rock showing JG1 gold has
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tho properties of the Frisco Mining com
pany, which is the possessor of ground
through which tho Horn Silver ledge ox
ti.nds. Tho zinc plant, with which tho zinc ores
and zinc tailings at tho Horn Sliver
mines. Frisco, aro to be reduced, is now
icported under covOr with tho -boilers in
At the properties of the Black Diamond
Mining company in Stockton the manage
ment is now drifting north and south on
the ledgo at 150 feet from tho surfaco
with the oro bodies quite well assured.
No Information concerning tho sensa
tional strike In the Carina reached the
offices during the day .ind Manager Jo
seph will leave for camp tonight. A
message from camp last night yald the
strike Is all that has been represented.
Manager Darmor has proved up another
theory In the properties of tho Mav Day
at Tlntlc and In his exploration of what
Is chanicterlzcd as the old Yankee ledge
has added a good showing of carbonates
to tho company's resources with a fine
stretch of storing ground above the level
on which tho disclosure was made.
Walter W. Byrne has returned from
California and Is again among -the con
sumers of giant powdor.
P. J. Farnsworth. manager of the-Horn
Pllver, has returned from Its mines at
Georgo A. Snow, who Is now among the
nust active figures In the oil fields of
Indiana, is here from Chicago and with
the condition Of his enterprises In tho
East Is very much pleased.
Manager Cllvo of tho Oasis has effect
ed arrangements with tho ore haulcra of
Drum district that will enable him to
forward three carloads of ore tho present
Consignments from Uncle Sam and May
Day were among yesterday's receipts at
Jaines T. Burke has roturnod from
Wlnncmucca, Nov , where he Is putting
up the new mill on the Golden Eaglo
Saw Big lines
ifl Sawtooth Raoge
Salt Lake Talent Acquires Another
Bargain That Promises Most
Upon tho Sawtooth range, Custer coun
ty. Idaho, W. G. Pago and his associates
In tills city havo acquired a group of
mines, tho characteristics of which arc
Idontlcal with thoso of the Cocur d'Alcnc
country and that hold out possibilities as
great as any in that region, says Edward
P. Jennings, who has Just completed an
examination of them. Embraced within
the locations aro as many as four lodges
running parallel with each other, said ho,
the ores consisting of silver and lead, oc
curring In a galena and yielding readily
to concentration. Indeed, the averago
contents aro such that a smelter market
might bo afforded were the haul to trans
potation not so long. Thoso ledges havo
been punctured at Intervals for nearly a
mil.?, while erosion has expoucd the ledges
along tho walls of a canyon for 1S00 foot
vertically. In his conclusions, Mr. Jen
nings has recommended that a tunnel be
driven in upon the strike of tho mnln
ledge and that tho proposition bo equipped
with a concentrator. Over It ho Is quite
enthusiastic and with development ho has
no doubt that every Interest will be en
riched. Some of tho lodges, said ho, show
a width of fifty feet between walls and on
a baste of five tons of crudo into one of
concentrates tho product should compare
favorably with any that Is coming to this
market- Among Mr. Page's associates
are several prominent railway men with
headquarters In this city, and that tho
recommendations of Mr. Jennings will be
approved there Is no doubt.
' Came In to Vote.
Frank G. Janney, superintendent of tho
Utah Copper company's big mill In Bing
ham canyon, camo in from enmp yester
day morning to vote his preferences and
having done so will return to camp this
morning. With forty tables and fifty van-nt-rs
now In continuous operation and
with evcy unit In a faultless plant which
has gone up under his supervision, re
sponding to tho minutest thing required f
It, tho output of November will undoubt
edly oxceed that of the previous month.
There will bo reduced In November not
less than 20.000 tons of oro containing
copper, gold and silver, whllo In a short
tlmo tho matter of enlargement will be
brought up for consideration.
Ores nnd Bullion.
In tho oro and bullion markot tho day's
settlements made on metal quotations of
tho previous day amounted to J07.400, Mc
Cornlck & Co. reporting them as they fol
low: Gold bullion. $3500; gdld, silver, lead
and copper ores, ?33,000.
FOUND IN A LAKE.
Body of Missing Young Man Fished
From the Water. s
SAN BERNARDINO. Cal.. Nov. S. The
news has been received hero that tho
body of Roy Jcffers, the young man who
disappeared from Highland, near this city,
a fow weeks ago, has been found In a lake
near St. Louis. Mo. The body bears
marks of violence. Jotters had been In
the employ of a lumber company hero for
some tlmo, and when ho saved up several
hundred dollars ho left with tho avowed
Intention of returning to his parents at
Greenville, Ky. Some days later an In
quiry was rdcelved from tho parents In
Kentucky, asking what had become of tho
young men. This county was searched
from end to end, but no trace of him was
CALIFORNIA FOR HEALTH.
Mild Climate, Rare Medical Springs
and Charming Scenery.
There are many conditions of th6
body In which a change of environment
In far more valuable as a remedial
agent than all tho medicine that can
California is peculiarly fitted to give
all that nature can give In this direc
tion. To the newcomer the environ
ment Is so strange and so striking that
It claims tho undivided attention.
Everywhere and all the tlrro there Is I
something strange and interesting to
Of climatic conditions the Invalid has
a wide range from which to choow.
In elevation from about 300 feet below
sea level to CuOO to 7000 above; In hu
midity from the moist sea breezes of
the coast to the dry, Invigorating air
of tho Inland mountain ranges; In tem
perature, from the almost perpetual
summer of the southern part of the
State to the more eevere, though not
unpleasant climate of the upper Si
erras. In addition to all this, there are nu
merous mineral springs, many of them
having marked medicinal qualities,
which have already won for them a
wide reputation. At some of these
sanitariums have been erected, nnd all
the conveniences of, modern civilization
are at hand.
Ther?, too, one can enjoy n more
healthful and varied diet than Is acces
sible In any other locality. Fresh fruits
and vegetables) the year round; an
abundance of wild Ramos and meats
that are nutritious and highly-flavored.
A climate where even a delicate per
son can, with no fear of taking cold,
spend ten or twelve months in the open
air, needs few accessories In the work
of restoring Impaired health or vital
ity. Great numbers of seml-Invallds
already go to California to escape the
cold of the Eastern winters, and find
to their constant surprise that a great
er part of a California winter Is almost
an exact counterpart of the balmiest
days of an Eastern pprlng.
For descriptive and Illustrative liter
ature, call on or address D. R. Gray
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HIGH MASS OF REQUIEM.
Archbishop Mueller Celebrant at Ser
vice Over Archbishop Elder.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 8.-Funeral services
for Archbishop William H. Elder wore
held at St. Peter's cathedral today. A
long lino of clergy archbishops, bishops
and priests marched In solemn column
from tho cathedral residence to the front
crlranco of tho vast auditorium, entered,
chanting the Laudes. Many notables of
tho church wero present. Long beforo
tho time for tho beginning of the sen-Ices
thousands had assembled in the vicinity
of the cathedral. Tho high mass of re
quiem had Archbishop Mueller as cele
brant, assisted by others. The five solemn
absolutions wero given by Cardinal Gib
bons. Archbishop Ryan, Bishops Maes,
Hcslln and Allen, each attended by two
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GONE HOME TO VOTE.
Placards Which. Ono Sees Everywhere
WASHINGTON. Nov. S.-Buslness in
tho Government departments Is apparent
ly progressing as usual, but many desks
aro vacant, their occupants having "gono
homo to vote." This applies to the higher
officials. But two of tho heads of depart
ments remain In the city, and tho exam
ple set by them and by the President in
going away to voto has been followed al-
most uniformly by tho chiefs of bureaus
nnd department divisions, to say nothing
of Innumerablu subordinates in all the '
branches of tho Government work. J
I For Over Fiiry "2 ears.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used fur over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold dy drug
gists In every part of the world. Be
f euro amWisk for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
Russia Will Agree to Demands.
LONDON. Nov. S. Colonial Secretary
T.yttlcton, In a speoch at Leamington last
night, said thero were excellent hopos of
an nlmost lmmcdlato agreement bv Rus
sia to all of Groat Britain's demands In
connection with tho North soa affair.
The average tea-expense
in this" country is $1 a person
a year, a third of a cent a
Your pocT return! your money if you don't likelt.
I Men! Look Here! I
Do You Suffer From Lost Strength, Nervous Debility Vnrlr fl'
Early Decay and Waste of -Power? They are Quickly and v1
5 ever Cured hy tho Grand Product of Nature. DR mt attow 'wT
LIN'S ELECTRIC BELT, With ' "m
I Free Electric Suspensory for Weak Men ll
O This Electric Suspensory carries the current direct to the weak M W
and curof all weakness of men, varicocele, etc. It develops and exT) iB
0 all weal organs and chocks unnatural drains. Ko case of Falling iul iflft
1 Varicocele or Debility can resist the powerful Electric Suimenwrr 1! !K'
never falls to cure. It 13 free with Belts for weak men. ' u .'
O No man should be weak; no man should suffer the loss of that vit 1 W-4-
element which renders life worth living.- No man should allow hlmi.i?
9 to become leas a man than nature Intended him; no man should wfr lEi'
T for slny of his youth, when there Is at hand a certain cure for his Trsav
ness, o check to his waste of power. eait
q Mont of the pains, most of the weakness of stomach, heart, brln
and norves, from vhlch men suffer, are due to an early loss of naturV.
O reserve power through mistakes of youth. Tou need not suffer for thii C
2 You can be restored. The very element which you have lost you ear! SB
X get back, and you may be as happy as any man that lives, XBtf
My Electric Belt, with Special Electric Suspensory (free), v f
O store your power. It will check all unnatural drains and give back th
-'r old vigor of youth. tjfct
$ A Physical Wreck Completely Restored,
5 1 Mcadervllle, Ifont., Juno :o, isa &
D Dr. McLaughlin: , '
4- Dear Sir: Your letter Is at hand, and In reply I would like to toll tw ' et'
what your wonderful electric belt Is doing for mc. I &a a miner, thirty. ! I
- five years old. and have worked with a machine drill for twelve years Whtn 1 L
0 I came to you I w.13 nothing but a physical wreck, with dreadful pains In nv I r
back and legs; I could neither alcep nor cat. Sometimes I had such dhir (:
0 spoils that I could not stand on my feet. I used your Belt for cno mor.tt. 1 L-
o"d now I am a different man. I feel better than I did whon I waa twenty W'
O years old. I sleep and cat and rest very good, and my work hardly tires en I
at all. Dr. McLaughlin, your Belt has done moro good for me than twutT ' f
6 doctors could do. for I am roliovcfl of all my pains and t am like a new in
- man. I reconend your Bolt to all suffering men as the bot thin? la ths
O world for any alciotes. You havo my full permission to publish this letter I
Very respectfully oure. PETER OSTERMAJf. '
Thlo drain on your power causes Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism and k
Stomach Ailments. You know it Is a loss of vital power and affects every I t-v
organ of the bedy. idcrsK of tKe aliments from which men suffer caa bi ' l
traced to It. J .i5
X I have cured thousands of men who have squandered the savlcrs 1 LS
of years In useless doctoring. . "F.
-4- My Belt Is e.very to uso; put It on when you go to bed; you feel ttt I 7.
O flowing heat from It (no sting or burn as In old-style belts), and you ii
X feel the nerves tingle with the new life flowing Into them. You get cp ' j,
Z in the morning feeling like a two-year-old. j !
$ Nervous Debility. " j 'm
5 Dr. McLaughlin: Hope, Idi.. Dec. 13, VSA. j JJ"
Dear Sir: Will say In reply to yours of the 10th Inst that I have won 1 1?
5 ho Belt for thirty days today, and can notice a great Improvement In rauy ,
i things. 1 am not nearly no nervous, sleep well, and havo no more terrib! J W-
V dreams and no dizzy epells In my head beforo retiring as I used to hirt.
a Tho Belt Is in good order and works llko a charm. I feel tho blood floats j
Z freely, and think In another month I will be In good nhapc.
a Yours vory truly. E. J. MONAHAN, !
An old man of 70 says he feels as strong and young as he did at It I &
That shows It renews the vigor of youth. j .,1
j It cures Rheumatism, Sciatic Pains, Lumbago, Kidney Trouble. It '
banishes pain In a night, never to return. ?'
q What aHn you? Write and tell me, and no matter whee you are I
think I can give you the address of some one In your town that I hivs I f
cured. I've cured thousands, and every man of them Is a walking ad- j ;
X vertlsement for my Belt. kit:
I Every man who ever used It recommends It, because It Is honest. It j?
O does great work, and those whom I have cured are the more gratefc! i f:
-t- becauwt the cure cost 30 little. I p
'O Every man who uses my Belt gets the advice and counsel of a pay- j a"
"X slclan free. I give you all that any medical man can give you, and 4 .f
2 lot that he can't.
Try my Belt. Write me today for my beautifully Illustrated boc i
f with cuts showing how my Belt Is applied, and lots of good reading for ( u.
0 men who want to bo "The Noble t Work of God." A MAN. Icc!o j
g this ad and I will send this book, sealed, free.
! dr. n. t. Mclaughlin, j ft
1 931 Sixteenth St. Denver, Colo. ! j
j DOCTOR COOK ?,uATcsnj
I PROSTATIC TROUBLES 3K NERVOUS DEBnUTT K
HI pencATDtly cured, no mftfr' . , " 1 aimI ti Hr
ter hew long standing tfc Aft? Cures Quick and radicu Mfc-
I dlswuse. In from 5 to 20 daya. Wl to 60 days, by my on
rjf) -e . gsA moua method- Hkb
STRICTURE M 0 WL VARICOCELE K
cured In 15 days, without (fh VAEICOUJ:
Souttlnr. Pain, drugs or te- R ComtielLLi K
tentlon from business. v, c,urci1 b Ky niToca K
raJi??! disagreeable symptomi
WASTING WEAKNESS j sJJl dlsappear i2u'H?
Time of cure 10 to CO day., Aland'blocileM. ''An' bWtyB
!by my original, very nlmpU .Jyicuro guaranteed. M
remody (used exclusively by ff&iLJS Hj
m,,) 1 fiAEL00I POISON Hta;
PRIVATE DISEASES VtWt&WfW Bvei7 veatlse p0!!2to '-
. . . 1A . ... . RiWflw moved from system wK-
cured In 3 to 10 days, without N.jy' njj 0 mercury or pouua M
the- ubo cf poisonous druga. . Blw.
1 Cocaultatton Is free and ln-rltod. and In consulting me you may bs
nothing that science can de-vloe or skill perfcot hoc been left undone w
; you a speedy, aafo and permanent euro. jj Hfel
1 WRITE mo In full confldonco, explalntag your troubles aa they fl?e Wht
you, and recelvo by roturn mall my honest ana candle! opinion of your ca
J tsOItCQ F you are in the Hot IK
UriS I Drink Business you Wl
are invited to come in ana
look at our extensive dis-
, IH I
play of up-to-date Urns& H
Hot Water Heaters. If therejs K
Water anything lacking jnjhat Wm
UrUS line we will order itJ
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